Singapore Car Rental Manager Pleads Guilty for Embezzlement, Forgery

According to AsiaOne.com, a Luxe Car Rental company manager in Singapore was jailed for six weeks and fined $2,000 after pleading guilty for embezzling money from membership and rental fees from clients and forging customers’ signatures.

Mohammad Rizal Mohd Jasni, 37, misappropriated $6,164 in fees and payments from customers between February and April 2010.

He also forged signatures in order to meet his goal of recruiting two new members per month.

View the full article from AsiaOne.com by clicking on the URL:
http://motoring.asiaone.com/Motoring/News/Story/A1Story20121011-376932.html

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